Dream Cruises announces the world’s longest roller coaster at sea on board its new Global Cruise ship
Dream Cruises new Global Class cruise ship set to launch in early 2021 will feature the world’s longest roller coaster at sea.
The attraction will be the centrepiece of the ‘Dream Park at the Pier’, the first-ever theme park at sea and one of the many new attractions available on board. The 210,000 gross tonne ship is currently under construction in Germany.
Royal Caribbean International has announced the name of its highly anticipated fifth Oasis-class cruise ship…Wonder of the Seas.
At around 230,000 gross tonnes, Wonder of the Seas will be the world’s largest cruise ship when it debut in 2021.
The much loved 1995-built cruise ship Oriana has returned to her homeport of Southampton following her last ever cruise with P&O Cruises.
Oriana leaves the P&O Cruises fleet after 24 year of service. The 1,880-passenger ship is heading to China to be re-named and join another cruise line.
Dream Cruises has revealed more detailed about its 204,000 gross tonne Global Class cruise ship, set to launch in 2020.
The vessel is currently under construction at the MV Werften shipyard in Germany. When launched, the cruise ship will be the second largest class in the world, only rivalled by Royal Caribbean International’s Oasis Class.
The newest addition to the 135,500 gross tonne Costa Cruises fleet, the Costa Venezia, has arrived in Shanghai as the ship made its maiden call.
The maiden call of the vessel saw a group of VIPs take part in a ceremony on board the ship. Amongst the VIP guests was the Vice Mayor of Shanghai and executives from Carnival Corporation and the Costa Group.
Costa Cruises have announced the name of its next newbuild cruise ship which is bound for China when it debuts in October 2020.
The new 135,500 gross tonne ship will be named Costa Firenze and will be a sister to Costa Venezia, which will also operate in the Chinese cruise market.
Royal Caribbean International has taken delivery of its latest brand new cruise ship, Spectrum of the Seas.
The delivery ceremony took place at Bremerhaven, Germany on 11 April 2019. The brand new 169,300 gross tonne ship was officially handed over to the cruise line from the Meyer Werft shipyard.
Viking Cruises and China Merchants Group have announced the signing of a memorandum of understanding to launch a joined venture cruise line for the Chinese cruise market.
The deal was signed on 08 April 2019. It includes a wide-ranging partnership which covers product development, sales and marketing for the new cruise line, which will offer worldwide cruises.
Royal Caribbean International has revealed further details about its first Quantum-Ultra ship, Spectrum of the Seas which is due to launch in spring 2019.
The 168,666 gross tonne cruise ship currently under construction at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany is being specifically designed for the Asian cruise market.
The steel cutting ceremony for Genting Hong Kong’s new 204,000 gross tonne cruise ship will take place at the MV Werften shipyard in Germany on 08 March 2018.
The ceremony signals the start of construction of the new vessel. The 5,000-passenger cruise ship is expected to launch in 2020.